It's difficult for Kristin Leslie to imagine a world without Campmeeting.
For some in Dawson County, vacation Bible school is more than a week of classes about Christianity.
This fall, a 24-year-old Dawsonville woman will embark on a nearly yearlong series of mission trips around the world.
Lumpkin Campground held its annual summer revival last week.
Campmeeting has been a summertime event at Lumpkin Campground for the last 179 years, with families packing their belongings for a week of tenting at the campground.
Georgia Right to Life will host the North Georgia Conference from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 27 in Dawsonville at the Church on War Hill, located off Hwy. 53 East.
The aroma of grilled chicken, hot dogs and baked beans filled the air Friday night at Dawson County Fire Station 1.
More than 200 people gathered Thursday at noon in downtown Dawsonville and rejoiced in prayer.
Young Life held its annual fundraising banquet Oct. 28 at First Baptist Church of Dawsonville.
This is the second in a series of articles highlighting Dawson County churches and their history.
Editor's Note: This is the first of a series of articles about Dawson County churches and their histories.
The Church Alliance, a group of local churches that have joined forces to more efficiently pool their resources and serve the community, has volunteered to operate the RIC Rack Food Bank, which was running low on staff, to keep the service going.
Most of us don't know what it's like to be hungry or to stay awake at night wondering how to come up with the money to feed our children breakfast.
In 2006 members of the Chestatee Seventh-Day Adventist Church purchased a parcel of land on the corner of Harry Sosebee Road and Black's Mill Road in southern Dawson County, for their future church building.
Former chairman and committee member of the Dawson County branch of Young Life Bill Burt led community leaders on a tour of the organization's Sharp Top Cove facility in Pickens County, July 22.